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The 7 Most Romantic Hotels in Berlin for Couples

Jennifer Ceaser | January 25, 2018

Berlin may not be the first European capital to come to mind when you’re thinking about a romantic getaway, but these sexy hotels will make your heart beat a little faster.


Sir Savigny

Why it made the list

A well-stocked mini-bar and room service from the stellar on-site burger bar The Butcher mean you need never leave the cozy, intimate confines of your room, which features plush velvet furnishings, signature bedding with super-soft 300-count linens and fluffy bathrobes. Spring for the suite, with a king-size bed, freestanding bathtub and private terrace overlooking the courtyard.

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Patrick Hellmann Schlosshotel

Why it made the list

With an idyllic setting in a baroque, century-old mansion, this five-star property oozes romance, from the elegant lobby to the seductive GQ bar to the sumptuously decorated rooms. You’ll be tempted to stroll hand-in-hand around the beautiful private gardens.

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Hotel Zoo Berlin

Why it made the list

Drinks at the hotel’s sexy, dimly lit Grace Bar will put you in the mood before you head upstairs to your glam, art deco-inspired room, outfitted with plush gray carpets, gray velvet furnishings and bathrobes and slippers from the French luxury brand Maison Martin Margiela.

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Why it made the list

With some of the comfiest beds in Berlin—oversized mattresses are handmade by the German firm Schramm—you’ll be quite happy lounging about under the covers all day, taking in views of the pretty Oranienplatz park through the big bay windows. Should you make it downstairs to the bar/restaurant, two wood-burning fireplaces and live piano music make for a dreamy evening setting.

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Why it made the list

As its name implies, Provocateur entices with a glamorous, flamboyant, 1920s Paris aesthetic. Its most seductive rooms resemble an upscale bordello, with deep red walls, red brocade curtains and plush red-velvet headboards, replete with large mirrors over the beds. Some suites even have freestanding tubs in the middle of the room.

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